Governor Phil Murphy
Governor Phil Murphy says the Garden State’s workforce and location provide tremendous value to businesses.
New Jersey welcomes a Business Industrial Park funded by a $3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Small, woman-founded biotechnology company EpiBone, Inc. will create 90 jobs in Jersey City, NJ with the help of NJEDA Emerge tax credits.
Campbell Soup Company will consolidate two Snacks offices into its Camden, NJ headquarters, where it will invest $50 million and house 1,600 employees.
Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind plans to create more than 200 jobs in Salem County, while Bluevine’s new headquarters will create an additional 200 in Jersey City.
In a Q&A session, Choose New Jersey President & CEO Wesley Mathews describes how the Garden State's strategic location and diverse population offers what business needs to thrive.
Historic L'Oréal R&I Center will be located in Clark, NJ. Meanwhile, NJEDA has launched a $3.7 million grant program to develop skills for the offshore wind industry.
New Jersey Commission on Science, Innovation and Technology (CSIT) awarded funding to 37 early-stage companies as part of its small business research and technology transfer programs.
The global financial technology company will bring nearly 2,000 jobs to its new hub in Berkeley Heights, NJ
India-based global management consulting firm NeenOpal chose to expand to Newark, citing New Jersey’s strategic location, highly educated workforce, and reputation as a life sciences and data analytics hub.
Israel’s Ben Gurion University and NJIT are teaming up to create an Institute of Future Technologies based in the Garden State.
Freshly will establish an assembly and distribution facility in Gloucester County, NJ — at 234,000 square feet it will be the company’s largest distribution center.
Popular online healthcare information provider WebMD is relocating its headquarters from New York City to Newark.
On Thursday, January 14, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) will host a webinar to provide details on its new Brownfields Loan Program.
The Hartford Region is home to the headquarters of most of the leading global players in the insurance sector. The insurance industry generates more than $16 billion in output in the region, employing more than 70,000.
The initiatives will support between 3,000 and 5,000 small and midsize enterprises and are meant to complement recently announced federal economic recovery initiatives.
Last year, investments in emerging technology life sciences companies through New Jersey's Angel Investor Tax Credit Program totaled more than $33 million.
New rules mean more projects will now be eligible for the program, which aims to repurpose vacant and underutilized suburban properties.
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) has approved a new Brownfields Loan Program that will provide low-interest financing to help complete remediation of vacant or underutilized brownfields sites.
The Community Collaborative Initiative (CCI) will be expanded to nine new municipalities around the state, including Newark and Paterson.